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03:10  22 october  2019
03:10  22 october  2019 Source:

Russian man pleads guilty in U.S. to role in hacking scheme that targeted JPMorgan

  Russian man pleads guilty in U.S. to role in hacking scheme that targeted JPMorgan Russian man pleads guilty in U.S. to role in hacking scheme that targeted JPMorgan Chase & Co and other financial services companies.Andrei Tyurin, 36, pleaded guilty in Manhattan federal court to six counts including wire fraud and computer hacking conspiracy, admitting that he illegally obtained the personal information of the companies' customers to find potential victims for fraudulent investment schemes.He is scheduled to be sentenced on Feb. 13 by U.S. District Judge Laura Taylor Swain in Manhattan. He has agreed to forfeit more than $19 million as part of his plea.

SAN DIEGO – Austin Thompson of Utah was sentenced in federal court today to 27 months in prison for carrying out a series of so-called denial-of-service computer hacking attacks against A denial-of-service (DoS) attack occurs when legitimate users are unable to access information systems , devices

HARRISBURG- The United States Attorney’s Office for the Middle District of Pennsylvania announced that Dariusz J. Prugar, age 32, of Syracuse, New York, was sentenced today by United States District Court Judge Sylvia H. Rambo in Harrisburg, to 24 months in prison for computer hacking and wire

LOS ANGELES (AP) — A man who hacked Los Angeles County court computers, sent 2 million malicious phishing emails and stole hundreds of credit card numbers has been sentenced in Los Angeles.

Oriyomi Aloba received a 12-year federal prison sentence Monday.

Authorities say the 33-year-old Katy, Texas, resident hacked the Superior Court computer system in 2017, compromised one worker's email account and used it to send out phishing emails that obtained email addresses and passwords from hundreds of other workers.

Their accounts were then used to send out 2 million emails pretending to be from American Express, Wells Fargo and other companies to obtain banking and credit card information.

Prosecutors say Aloba's hacking substantially disrupted the court system at a cost of tens of thousands of dollars.

Man gets 20 years for kidnapping, assaulting elderly couple .
A Delaware man has been sentenced to 20 years in prison for kidnapping and assaulting an elderly couple. The News Journal reports 29-year-old Steven Snell was sentenced Friday. Authorities say Snell entered the couple's Rehoboth Beach home in July 2018 and asked to use their phone.Court records and testimony say Snell then grabbed the 82-year-old man and held a box cutter to his throat. The man yelled out to his 81-year-old wife, who Snell then shoved to the ground.Snell forced the man, now bound, into the trunk of a car in which the woman was forced into the front seat.

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